Bong Joon-ho delivers a colourful satire that questions the relationship between capitalism, food and pets.
Andrew Kötting embarks on another of his rambling, shambling pilgrimages.
The famed author of Ways of Seeing is the subject of this chaotic but charming doc.
This Japanese anime from Sunao Katabuchi doesn’t quite reach the dizzy heights of Studio Ghibli.
Michael Bay once again puts the ‘bro’ in Hasbro with this staggeringly incoherent Arthurian epic.
This powerful new documentary gleans new testimonies from survivors of the Holocaust.
By Eve Watling
Anocha Suwichakornpong’s dreamlike investigation into the history of activism in Thailand is well worth catching.
By Eve Watling
A rare misfire from director Mark Cousins, as he turns his camera to the streets of the Swedish capital.
It’s slapstick cannibal class war on the seaside from one of Europe’s most unique and consistently surprising directors.
By Thomas Hobbs
This lamentable tribute to Tupac Shakur is an exercise in how not to make a music biopic.
Nick Broomfield explores the context behind the untimely death of soul-pop sensation, Whitney Houston.
By Elena Lazic
Marc Webb follows up his Spider-Man movies with a sensitive and well-made tearjerker about a child genius.
By Greg Evans
Calum “Son of George” Best leads a Z-list cast in this ludicrously silly British crime thriller.
It’s two fingers up for this cosy and conventional biopic of the much vaunted British PM.
The twinkling insta-charm of Tom Cruise can’t save this mangled mutt of a movie epic.